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Addis Ababa — Seventeen dead dolphins washed up on Mauritius’s shore on Wednesday, a government official told Reuters, a month after an oil spill from a Japanese ship that ran aground caused a major ecological disaster in the area.

“The dead dolphins had several wounds and blood around their jaws; no trace of oil, however. The ones that survived, around 10, seemed very fatigued and could barely swim,” said Jasvin Sok Appadu from the fisheries ministry...

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